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On 10/02/2011 10:48 AM, Thomas Cameron wrote:
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> On 09/20/2011 06:14 AM, Martín Marqués wrote:
>> I reinstalled (better hardware) a server and had selinux enabled (was
>> disabled before), and I starting to see why so many people don't use
>> My question is, how many people are using selinux?
>> I, for instance, am about to disable it.
> Have a look at "SELinux for Mere Mortals" at:
> I hope it helps.
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In F15 they have made it very easy to fix Selinux warnings.
when a selinux warning Icon appears on panel bar, open it and in window
click on Troubleshoot, and in there it gives a command to run from
command line to fix the SeLinux errors.
Everytime I install the driver I had to download from Samsung for my
Laser Printer it produces six different Selinux error messages, I just
click on Troubleshoot in SeLinux window and run those commands from the
command line as SU and I never see those SeLinux errors any more.
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